Keeping dogs under control is the answer
From: Brian Sheridan, Redmires Road, Sheffield.
mike Gillson (Yorkshire Post, April 26) poses the question how can micro-chips stop dogs attacking people. Indeed they can’t: they are simply an up-to-date attempt to replace the dog licence which had become – excuse the pun in this context – a toothless regulation.
In recent years I have had the pleasure of walking my son’s greyhound, by common consent a docile breed though I would never trust any canine one hundred per cent. I rein her in whenever we meet another dog and expect other dog walkers to do the same. Often this is not the case and our greyhound, normally uninterested in other dogs, takes exception to being rushed at,... read more
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